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Harvard Postdoctoral Research Fellow in Intracranial Olfactory Decoding (July 2022)

Massachusetts General Hospital - Functional Neurosurgery - Brain Modulation Lab
Boston, Massachusetts
Commensurate with experience
Closing date
Jun 14, 2022

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The Brain Modulation Laboratory within the Department of Neurosurgery at Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School seeks to recruit a highly motivated and outstanding candidate to fill a postdoctoral associate position, under supervision of PI Mark Richardson, MD, PhD.

The successful candidate will work in a highly interdisciplinary team to study olfactory evoked responses in the brain of awake patients, and to advance the goal of generating and restoring olfactory perceptions in humans by direct stimulation of olfactory centers in the brain. Co-investigators include PI Eric Holbrook, MD, Richard Costanzo, PhD, and Daniel Coelho, MD.

Experience in electrophysiology, olfactory and/or sensory perception research, and a solid background in computational neuroscience are required.      

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and CV to and


Brain Modulation Lab - Department of Neurosurgery - Massachusetts General Hospital, a teaching hospital of Harvard Medical School

We are a human systems neuroscience lab studying brain electrophysiology and behavior in patients undergoing surgery for epilepsy, movement disorders, and psychiatric disease. The goal of our work is to facilitate the development and optimization of electrical and biological brain modulation therapies, by filling critical gaps in our understanding of human brain function. 

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